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Louise Amoore

‘yeoman democracy’ of informal networks of trust (Piore, 1990; Sabel, 1992). The emergence of the ‘network society’ (Castells, 1996) has been heralded by some as the harbinger of individual autonomy and freedom in the workplace (Negroponte, 1995). In these representations, political thought, action, conflict and contestation are institutionalised phenomena; they are contained by ideological positions, party politics and formalised industrial relations. As a result, it is held that once the embedded norms of the perceived past era have been totally displaced by ‘new’ and

in Globalisation contested